Chapter 3 Matching

Match the definitions with the terms in the box to the right by entering the letter for each term next to its correct definition below. When you are finished, check your answers. You can refresh this page to try a new matching activity.

a. bulleted list
b. database
c. document
d. formula
e. integrated package
f. recalculation
g. report
h. specialized suite
i. speech recognition
j. word processor

1.The sequence of topics arranged on a page and organized by bullets.
2.A collection of related information, like employee names, addresses and phone numbers. It is organized in a way that a computer program can quickly select the desired pieces of information and display them for you.
3.Any kind of text material.
4.Instructions for calculations in a spreadsheet. It is an equation that performs calculations on the data contained within the cells in a worksheet or spreadsheet.
5.A single program providing functionality of a collection of programs but is not as extensive as a specialized program like Microsoft Word. Popular with home users who are willing to sacrifice some advanced features for lower cost and simplicity.
6.If you change one or more numbers in your spreadsheet, all related formulas will automatically recalculate and charts will be recreated.
7.Can be lists of fields in a table or selected fields based on a query. Typical examples include sales summaries, phone lists, and mailing labels.
8.A software suite that focuses on specific applications. Examples include graphics suites, financial planning suites, and many others.
9.The ability to accept voice input to select menu options and to dictate text.
10.The computer and the program allow you to create, edit, save, and print documents composed of text.

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